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British Library, Manuscript Collections: 1995 Accessions

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  • Sir Roy Harrod (1900-1978), economist and biographer of Keynes: corresp and papers
  • John Evelyn (1620-1706) diary and personal papers, family papers 16th-19th cents
  • J R R Tolkien (1892-1973), author: letters (49) to his grandson Michael Tolkien (Add 71567)
  • Lord Grenville (1759-1834), statesman: papers 1796-1812 (Add71587-71596)
  • William Fox: Heraldic and antiquarian collections 1774-77
  • Samuel Butler (1612-1680), philosophical writer: notebook 1883-84 (Add 71695)
  • Princess Charlotte Augusta (1796-1817), daughter of George IV: letters to Margaret Elphinstone 1811-17
  • Book of Hours, use of Sarum, London c1380 (Add 71638)
  • Book of Hours, use of Rome, England c1425 (Add 7169?)
  • Sir Charles Newton (1819-1894), archaeologist, first Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities at the British Museum: letters
  • W H Haines, official of the House of Lords: letters of politicians and peers mostly rel to the legislative business of the House 19th cent
  • Katherine Manners, Duchess of Buckingham: financial papers 1627-35 (Add 71601 A)
  • Sir Terence Rattigan (1911-1977), playwright: manuscript of Ross
  • George William Chad (1784-1849), diplomat: papers while ambassador at Dresden 1826
  • Anne Dawson, daughter of a Nonconformist minister of Rochdale: diary 1721-22 (Add 71626)
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909), poet: manuscripts of poems c1890, nd (Add 71870)
  • Anna Wickham (1884-1947), poet: papers (Add 71877-71896)
  • T S Eliot (1888-1963), poet and playwright: letter to Mrs Hans Kurath and papers rel to a translation of his Murder in the Cathedral (Add 71581 G, 71694)
  • Admiral George Keith Elphinstone (1746-1823), Viscount Keith: papers 18th-19th cents
  • George Barker (b1913), poet: notebooks (Add 71696-71699)
  • Corresp rel to Ouida (Marie-Louise de La Ramde) (Add 71581 J)
  • Society of Clerks of Assize: minute book 1678-1984 (Add 71659)
  • Aldhelm (640?-709), bishop of Sherborne: two leaves of the earliest extant copy of his De Virginitate 9th cent Latin with 10th cent Old English gloss (Add 71687)
  • Sir William Boothby (1638?-1707), 2nd Bt, of Ashbourne: diary and letterbooks, particularly rel to his book-collecting 1676-89 (Add 71689-71692)
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